The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 13, 1968 · Page 46
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 46

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44-Palm Beach Post, Wed., November 13, 1968 Court Strikes Down 'Monkey Trial9 Law Seven Firms In Area Submit Bids For County's Vehicle Insurance SHREVEPORT, La. (API John Thomas Scopes, the defendant in the famous "monkey trial" of 1925. Tuesday hailed the Supreme Court's action in striking down Arkansas' antievolution law, saying it was "more-or-less a dead issue anyway." "It is what I have been working for all along," Scopes said at his home in Shreve-port. "I guess you could say sidered unconstitutional. His trial in the tiny hamlet of Dayton, Tenn., featured oratorical clashes between his famed attorney, Clarence Dar-row, and special prosecutor William Jennings Bryan. Scopes was convicted and fined $100, but the fine later was rescinded by the state supreme court on a technicality. Regarding the Supreme Court decision Tuesdav on the I'm very' happy about the decision." "I thought all along ever since 1925 the the law was unconstitutional," he said. Scopes was a 24-year-old substitute biology teacher when he was thrust into the limelight in 1925. He deliberately violated Tennessee's antievolution law teaching that man descended from the ape to test the law he con Arkansas law, Scopes said: "It was more-or-less a dead issue anyway, except in the minds of a few people who thought they were being discriminated against. Most of the schools got around the law by teaching development instead of evolution." hen Shopping IW I-T Classified on. $2,808; Charles R. Dorsey. $3,209 and Gracey Brothers, $3,209. Miles C. Wood, purchasing agent, said Tuesday afternoon that a recommendation will probably be made to the county commission at its meeting Nov. 19. $8,769; Wright & Seaton, $8,359; Charles R. Dorsey, $9,6.36 and Gracev Brothers, $9,6.36. Item 2, $5,000 property damage Plastridge, $3,017; B.D. Cole, $2,954 and $3,016.46; V. K. Cushman, $3,055; Lawrence Myers, $2,920; Wright & Seat- French Mourn Paris Director PARIS (AP) - The Paris Musical community joined Tuesday in paying last respects to Charles Munch, director of the Paris Orchestra, who died last week in Richmond, Va. Among those at the funeral services at the Protestant Temple de L'Oratorie were Andre Malrcaux, minister of state for cultural affairs; Marcel Landowski, director of music at the ministry; Maurice Doublet, prefect governor of the Paris region; Erie Leins-dorff, who succeeded Munch as director of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, and Lubn Yordanov, first violin of the on, $1.2X7; Charles R. Dorsey, S1.471 and Gracev Brothers, $1,471; Item 1, premium for $10,000 property damage Plastridge. $4K4; B.D. Cole, $474 and $478.46; V.K. Cushman, $485; Lawrence Myers, $463; Wright & Seaton, $445; Charles R. Dorsey, $509 and Gtacey Brothers, $509. Item 2, alternate premiums on all other vehicles: $10,000 to $20,000 for bodily injury: Plastridge, $ti,935; B.D. Cole, $6,789 and $6,836.62; V. K. Cushman, $6,924; Lawrence Myers, $6,618; Wright & Seat-on, $6,364; Charles R. Dorsey, $7,273 and (Jracey Brothers, $7,273; Item 2, $25,000 to $50,000 for bodilv injury Plastridge, $8,223; B.D. Cole, $8,050 and $8,212.86; V. K. Cushman, $8,348; Lawrence Myers, $7,980; Wright & Seaton, $7,629; Charles R. Dorsey, $8,769 and (Jracry Brothers, $8,769; Item 2, $50,000 to $100,000 bodily injury Plastridge, $9,081; B.D. Cole, $8,890 and $9,057.84; V.K. Cushman, $9,173; Lawrence Myers, . Transintor portable liflDIO-PIIOHflPIl Seven area insurance firms submitted bids for the contract to provide liability insurance on motor vehicles operated by Palm Beach County employes. The bid opening had been postponed from Oct. 23 when Harvey Brown, a Delray Beach insurance agent, complained of inadequate pre-ad-vertisement on the contract. 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